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Brazilian renewable energy company CPFL Renováveis expects to start-up the 78.2MW Macacos I wind power complex by the second week of April – but that will have little effect on its operating capacity since it will still lack a grid connection, said the company's finance chief Marcelo Souza.

New CPFL wind, but still no grid link

Brazilian renewable energy company CPFL Renováveis expects to start-up the 78.2MW Macacos I wind power complex by the second week of April – but that will have little effect on its operating capacity since it will still lack a grid connection, said the company's finance chief Marcelo Souza.

Brazilian renewable energy company CPFL Renováveis expects to start-up the 78.2MW Macacos I wind power complex by the second week of April – but that will have little effect on its operating capacity since it will still lack a grid connection, said the company's finance chief Marcelo Souza.